We had a busy morning. First I went for my walk. Then we received the awaited phone call from our real estate agent to get together to sign off the finance condition. We had agreed to meet half way at Carleton Place so we met at the Gourmet Restaurant and had a coffee with him.
From there we checked out more furniture at The Brick in Carleton Place - didn't see anything we liked there.
We drove back to Stittsville. Nancy was looking at a house there this morning. Today was her compressed day so she didn't have to go to work. The house is beautiful from the outside and was built by a Canadian architect, Barry Hobin. I have seen the interior online and looks nice as well. We just did a drive by there.
When we arrived back in Kanata we decided to stop and look at furniture at Dufresne (formerly Colonial Furniture). The only thing we saw that we liked was a TV stand that had a built in electric fireplace but it's pretty expensive so we'll have to think about that one.
We got back to the house and had lunch. Nancy came back and her real estate agent was meeting her here to put in an offer on the Barry Hobin house.
While all that was happening, I took a nap. When I woke up I found out that she GOT the house! So, we're all moving!
WOW! You must feel like you are on a merry go round that is spinning pretty fast. Glad to hear the real estate market in Canada is healthy!ReplyDelete
What's a compression day?ReplyDelete